The Wall Street Journal—December 11, 2013

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AudioEye and Grafton to Launch Highly Anticipated Goal Mastery Platform in United States, Japan and Australia AudioEye and Grafton to Launch Highly Anticipated Goal Mastery Platform in United States, Japan and Australia Reliable Evidenced Based Outcomes Optimization Technologies (R.E.B.O.O.T.) Platform Designed to Improve Behavioral Health Treatment Outcomes TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwired - Dec 11, 2013) - AudioEye(R), Inc.

(OTCQB: AEYE) ("AudioEye" or the "Company"), creator of the Audio Internet(TM) patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform, today announced that, along with the Grafton Integrated Health Network, it has developed a patent pending technology platform called Reliable Evidenced Based Outcomes Optimization Technologies (R.E.B.O.O.T.) that will be launched in the United States, Japan and Australia.

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Teen Support Programs Expanding To Address Growing Needs

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'I Didn't Think I Was Good Enough' Emily May, a 17-year-old from Round Hill, credits Grafton’s therapy program for helping her overcome her depression and anxiety.

Many in Loudoun County’s mental health community say more help is needed for teens like Emily.

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Community Input Will Shape Mental Health Action Plan

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By Kim Walter WINCHESTER -- Representatives of local health, education and service agencies met Tuesday morning to plan for a community forum on mental health in October.

The goal was to assemble several focus groups to foster logistics of the meeting, as well as to prepare questions for participants.

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Foreign, state officials discuss behavioral health best practices

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By Kim Walter WINCHESTER - According to Andrea Coote, when it comes to the mental health and disability sector, Virginia isn't all that different from Australia.

Coote, parliamentary secretary for Families and Community Services in Victoria, Australia, was able to draw the conclusion during her visit to Grafton Integrated Health Network headquarters on Monday.

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Grafton to use mobile technology to improve patient outcome

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By Kim Walter The Northern Virginia Daily Grafton Integrated Health Network is moving forward in terms of its use of technology to better patient outcomes.

The private, nonprofit organization that is headquartered in Winchester provides a full continuum of services to people overcoming emotional, behavioral or developmental challenges.

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Finding hope for children with autism

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By Kim Walter The Northern Virginia Daily Betsy Shanley, left, and her husband Jim sit with their son Phillip, 7, while he reads inside the living room of their home in Front Royal.

Phillip has autism.

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For Englewood family, help in the face of autism

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Posted: March 9, 2013 By Donna Koehn Herald-Tribune The two baby girls in China were sweet, beautiful — and in desperate need of a home.

Debbie and Jeff Allspach had waited so long for them to make their little family complete.

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LOCAL LEO CLUB FIRST WITH SPECIAL NEEDS MEMBERS

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Posted: November 9, 2012 By REBECCA LAYNE The Winchester Star Staci Collins, residential instructor at Grafton's Berryville location, created the Grafton Leo Club, which was chartered on Oct.

18, with 20 members.

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Grafton’s Risk Management Lauded

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April 11, 2012 By Rebecca Layne ________________________________________ The Winchester Star WINCHESTER — Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Bill Hazel wanted to see firsthand what success looked like.

On Tuesday, Hazel did just that — touring the Grafton Integrated Health Network (GIHN) corporate office at 120 Bellview Ave.

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Grafton Up For State Patient Care Honor

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By Rebecca Layne March 10, 2011 Years after changing its philosophy on patient care, one local organization is being recognized statewide.

Grafton is one of five finalists in Virginia for the first Virginia Healthcare Innovators Award for best practices in trauma-informed treatment and care.

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